Sturgill, Turner, Barker & Moloney, PLLC
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Business Disputes

With Sturgill Turner’s experienced trial and business attorneys, our firm is uniquely positioned to handle complex business disputes. We are prepared to aggressively litigate in our clients’ best interests, or avert litigation with skillful negotiation when that is the best course of action. Our experience representing clients in business disputes is vast, and includes:

 

  • Malpractice defense for professionals such as lawyers, accountants, architects and engineers;
  • Representation of victims of data security breaches and Privacy Act violations;
  • Bankruptcy proceedings, representing both lenders and borrowers in Chapter 7, 11 and 13 cases;
  • Representation of creditors in a number of major Chapter 11 bankruptcies in Kentucky, New Jersey, New York and Virginia, and obtained critical vendor settlements or allowances of claims, and successfully defended or negotiated settlements of avoidance actions for clients;
  • Representation of Ponzi scheme victims in state court civil actions and in bankruptcy court preference litigation;
  • Representation of employers in fidelity bond claims and claims against banks or auditors arising from employee embezzlement;
  • Director and Officer liability cases, along with other matters applying agency law and fiduciary duty principles;
  • Representation of businesses in banking and finance transactions, including secured transactions dealing with Article 9 of the Uniform Commercial Code;
  • Intellectual property disputes, including infringement litigation involving trademarks, trade secrets, copyright, licensing and distribution;
  • Export and customs, government contracts, antitrust, and other trade regulation matters;
  • Various types of construction (residential, commercial and highway) litigation concerning bid documents, construction contracts, zoning, land use, real estate sales contracts, homebuilder defects and building code violations;
  • Defense of companies in, and successfully defeated efforts to certify, class actions;
  • Defense of accounting firms in professional liability actions concerning audits, tax preparation and other accounting services;
  • Enforcement or defense of non-compete agreements; and
  • Defense of shareholder actions and class actions against companies.

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